Mila Kunis performed Thursday at the CinemaCon film festival in Las Vegas, her first public appearance since announcing her pregnancy.
The actress shared the stage with her co-star from the Jupiter Ascending movie, Channing Tatum, and read from the script of the science fiction film that opens on July 18.
"She becomes reckless," Kunis, 30, said of her Queen of the Universe character.
Tatum, 33, who for his part welcomed his first daughter, Everly, in May last year, escorted the actress like a gentleman, holding her hand as they took the stage on the last day of the film Festival.
Later, Tatum and Kunis - who was wearing a dark chiffon suit - stopped at People's photo booth, where he was seen whispering in their ear.
After about 20 seconds, they went to the hospitality area, where Kunis had a snack and Tatum drank wine. The two, together with their team, soon left to go to the airport.